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2010-02-23 (11) - TodaysOverview Review Florence Leadership...

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Today’s Overview Florence Review Leadership Robust Action
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Structural Holes Non-Redundant Contacts Autonomy Access to diverse alters   allows ego to seek redundant  rewards Non-Redundant Information Opportunity recognition Access to diverse information   allows ego to see  knowledge gaps Innovativeness Access to diverse information   allows ego to see unique  knowledge combinations
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Structural Holes Non-Redundant Contacts & Non-Redundant  Information Competition Access to diverse alters w/ diverse info   allows ego to play alters  against one another Information Arbitrage Access to diverse alters w/diverse info   allows ego to serve as  broker Redundant Contacts & Redundant Information High density – at its maximum = “cliquest” Not advantageous (structural holes), (social support differs)
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Today’s Overview Florence Review Leadership Robust Action Quiz
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Florence, Italy Est. ~59 BC, Julius Caesar
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The Republic of Florence
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The Renaissance Literally – “rebirth” European Renaissance incorporated  overhauls in: Art Michelangelo, Raphael, da Vinci,  Donatello, … Political Thought Machiavelli “The Father of the Social Sciences” Thomas More Humanism /  Utopia Science & Education Cartesian Mathematics The “Scientific Method” Religion The Protestant Reformation Humanism
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A little Florentine History
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